Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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Seattle P-I Prints Final Issue Today

Seattle's oldest newspaper switching to online-only edition

(Newser) - Seattle will become America's latest one-newspaper town after the final print edition of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer rolls off the presses today, the Seattle Times reports. Publisher Hearst is switching the 146-year-old newspaper to an online-only edition and laying off almost all of its 167 staff after it was unable to... More »

Newspaper-Less Future Nears in Some Cities

Closings presage a future without the local paper

(Newser) - With the Seattle Post-Intelligencer to print a final edition next week, it’s set to follow the path of Denver’s Rocky Mountain News, which closed two weeks ago, the New York Times reports; the Tucson Citizen will also likely close next week. A rival newspaper will remain in each... More »

Seattle Paper Poised to Switch to Online-Only

Paper to quit printing if no buyer is found by March 10

(Newser) - Hearst publishing is pressing forward with plans to make the Seattle Post-Intelligencer an online-only newspaper, staffers say. The company—which has said the paper will quit publishing if no buyer is found by March 10—has made "provisional offers" to a few reporters selected to take part in the... More »

Seattle Newspaper Deathwatch Begins

Post-Intelligencer put up for sale, could stop printing if there's no buyer

(Newser) - The Seattle Post-Intelligencer will be closed or converted to a digital publication if a buyer doesn't emerge within 60 days, the Seattle Times reports. "Our losses have reached an unacceptable level," the executive of owner Hearst who made the announcement told the stunned newsroom today. "People cried,... More »

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